Gap calls plans to manufacture in Myanmar ‘historic,’ critics disagree

The clothing retail chain has human rights organizations up in arms over worker treatment.

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Myanmar has a miserable track record when it comes to workers, who are frequently underpaid and horribly mistreated. Gap simply wants to get its clothes produced as cheaply as possible, the advocates argue, and it’s dressing up the move as global philanthropy.

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